The mariners magazine

Publication Date1679
Remainderstor'd with these mathematical arts: The rudiments of navigation and geometry. The making and use of divers mathematical instruments. The doctrine of triangles, plain and spherical. The art of navigation, by the plain-chart, Mercator's-chart, and the arch of a great circle. The art of surveying, gauging, and measuring. Gunnery and artificial fire-works. The rudiments of astronomy. The art of dialling. Also with tables of logarithms, and tables of the suns declination; of the latitude and longitude, right ascension and declination of the most notable fixed stars; of the latitude and longitude of places; of meridional parts. Whereunto are annexed, an abridgment of the penalties and forfeitures, by Acts of Parliament, relating to the customs, and to navigation. And, a compendium of fortification. By Capt. Samuel Sturmy
Extent[32], 200, [6], 143 [i.e. 153], [53], 11, [3], 13, [1] p., plates
Publisherprinted by Anne Godbid, for William Fisher, at the Postern-Gate near Tower-Hill; Edward Thomas, at the Adam and Eve in Little-Britain; Robert Boulter, at the Turks-head in Cornhill; Thomas Passinger, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge; Ralph Smith, at the Bible in the Piazza under the Exchange; and Richard Northcot, next St. Peter's Alley in Cornhill, and at the Anchor and Mariner on Fish-Street-Hill



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